The rumor mill is in full swing with Fujifilm’s X-Pro1 being outed on several sites. The successor to the X100, the X-Pro1 has been said to have a 16 MP APS-CMOS censor, hybrid view-finder, magnesium and alloy body and a full suite of accessories. It’s seen being packaged with a 18mm (27mm equivalent) f/2.0 and 35mm (53mm equivalent) f/1.4 lens as well as a larger 60mm lens. No concrete word on pricing just yet but rest assured the details will be out soon enough.
RED, makers of some of the most innovative digital cameras and video recorders on the market, has released the Scarlet-X, one that’s able to capture 5K REDCODE RAW still and 4K motion and is compatible with 3rd party lenses as well. It comes standard with Canon EF and PL mount options and allows you to access other familiar lenses from popular brands such as Panavision and Nikon. The Scarlet-X will be available on December 1st with a retail price of $9,750 USD.
Leica‘s latest point-and-shoot camera comes in the form of a slightly modified M9-P. Compared to the company’s flagship M9, the M9-P is a bit more understated in its design but still as versatile and reliable as any Leica. Leica’s iconic red dot logo has been stripped away in exchange for branding on the top plate. The M9-P features a Leatherite finish and a sapphire crystal cover on the LCD monitor.
If you’ve got a Leica D-LUX 4 digital camera (pictured below), then without a doubt, this is the perfect case for it. It comes in a natural brown finish and features a shoulder or wrist strap for added convenience. Not many solid cases out there these days. Most are either too bulky or easily get lost in the crowd. The embossed logo on the front is big but that just adds to the cool factor.
Buy It: $131 at Amazon
Available now is Impossible Project‘s first creation, a digital remake of the classic Polaroid 600 One camera. It’s got all the wholesome goodness of the old school instant camera, but with a digital heart. Designed by Paul Giambarba, it comes with a pack of Polaroid 600 film. The camera itself has an inbuilt flash and focus-free lens, plus a digital LCD screen for displaying picture count. I Wonder what collaboration they have lined up next?
Buy It: $180 at Impossible Project